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Martin re-teams with Hewlett, Bond, Mahfood, WJC, Edwards, Parson & Knowles to bring you a new, futuristic, hardback Tank Girl book!

*note - ALL physical rewards will now come with the bonus Ashley Wood sticker. ALL Book rewards will now come with the Brett Parson A4 TG Shower-time print! And all SIGNED books will come with the Phil Bond A4 Raunchy Booga print! (see Stretch Goals section, below)

Who or what is Tank Girl?

Tank Girl is a creator-owned comic book series about an Australian outlaw anti-heroine and her friends. The series began in 1988 when Tank Girl appeared in the first issue of Deadline Magazine in the UK. Since then she has starred in her own comics, magazines, a novel, and even her own Hollywood movie (Tank Girl, 1995, starring Lori Petty, Naomi Watts, Ice-T, and Malcolm McDowell).

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mllemia:

My ‘Little Mermaid’ piece for the upcoming ‘POP-Eyeconic Group Exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery. Artists were asked to create a piece featuring a pop culture icon that had personal significance to them. Of course, I had to go with the Little Mermaid, one of my earliest memories of a ‘favorite character’, animated by one of my first art-heroes, and a film that inspired me to become an artist. Opening March 15th, 2014 7pm-10pm at Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA. For sales/inquiries: sherri@coreyhelfordgallery.com
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mllemia:

My ‘Little Mermaid’ piece for the upcoming ‘POP-Eyeconic Group Exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery. Artists were asked to create a piece featuring a pop culture icon that had personal significance to them. Of course, I had to go with the Little Mermaid, one of my earliest memories of a ‘favorite character’, animated by one of my first art-heroes, and a film that inspired me to become an artist. Opening March 15th, 2014 7pm-10pm at Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA. For sales/inquiries: sherri@coreyhelfordgallery.com
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mllemia:

My ‘Little Mermaid’ piece for the upcoming ‘POP-Eyeconic Group Exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery. Artists were asked to create a piece featuring a pop culture icon that had personal significance to them. Of course, I had to go with the Little Mermaid, one of my earliest memories of a ‘favorite character’, animated by one of my first art-heroes, and a film that inspired me to become an artist. Opening March 15th, 2014 7pm-10pm at Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA. For sales/inquiries: sherri@coreyhelfordgallery.com
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mllemia:

My ‘Little Mermaid’ piece for the upcoming ‘POP-Eyeconic Group Exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery. Artists were asked to create a piece featuring a pop culture icon that had personal significance to them. Of course, I had to go with the Little Mermaid, one of my earliest memories of a ‘favorite character’, animated by one of my first art-heroes, and a film that inspired me to become an artist. Opening March 15th, 2014 7pm-10pm at Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA. For sales/inquiries: sherri@coreyhelfordgallery.com
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mllemia:

My ‘Little Mermaid’ piece for the upcoming ‘POP-Eyeconic Group Exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery.

Artists were asked to create a piece featuring a pop culture icon that had personal significance to them. Of course, I had to go with the Little Mermaid, one of my earliest memories of a ‘favorite character’, animated by one of my first art-heroes, and a film that inspired me to become an artist.

Opening March 15th, 2014 7pm-10pm at Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA.
For sales/inquiries: sherri@coreyhelfordgallery.com

rebeccayanovska:

This piece is called “Ascent of Man and the Destruction of Magic”.

It was created for the ArtOrder Inspiration challenge.

Inspirations are my favourite artists and a recent trip to the MET where I saw even more beautiful works of sculpture and ancient crafts.

Klimt, Mucha, Herbert Draper, Bouguereau, Waterhouse, Frazetta, and a sculpture called “Mourning Victory” from the Melvin Memorial were all inspirations for this.

Medium is Ballpoint pen on Moleskine, 22k Gold Leaf applique and some Digital retouching.

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